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Oct 1, 2015

New HSBC award delivers a financially-stress-free semester studying abroad

Starting this fall, Ivey and nine other top Canadian universities will begin granting a new and noteworthy Award to some of Canada’s most deserving and internationally-minded students.
Sep 18, 2015

Communication, confidence, and big-picture thinking: Victor Xu, MSc ’12

Victor Xu, MSc ’12, wrote about his Ivey experience in the Financial Times, discussing how it opened doors and broadened his personal perspective.
Sep 4, 2015

International business school faculty vie for the ISB-Ivey Global Case Competition awards

Ivey and the Indian School of Business (ISB), India’s premier business school, recently announced the results of the annual ISB-Ivey Global Case Competition.
Jul 9, 2015

Steve Foerster and Andreas Schotter | China’s stock rout sends shivers around globe

Professor Steve Foerster and Assistant Professor Andreas Schotter were among the experts called upon by media to provide insights on the impact of China’s stock market woes.
Jul 7, 2015

Michael King | What the IMF already knows about Greece

Associate Professor Michael King critiqued Greece’s current debt instability. For Greece and its Eurozone counterparts, a compromise is off the table, and a write-down of Greece’s debts has become inevitable.
Apr 10, 2015

Case competition goes beyond business to create a spirit-filled, multicultural experience

Ivey welcomed 14 international teams representing 11 countries from March 25th-28th to its annual Scotiabank International Case Competition (SICC), sponsored by Scotiabank for the 15th year in a row.
Apr 1, 2015

David Sparling | The sector, vital in Southwestern Ontario, sees more opportunities in China

A 10-day agri-food trade mission to China this month could considerably benefit Southwestern Ontario in expanding its export business. Professor David Sparling, Chair of Agri-Food @ Ivey, comments about the trade mission and its potential.
Mar 18, 2015

George Athanassakos | Culture is the stumbling block in the EU standoff with Greece

Ivey professor George Athanassakos examined how the European Union is faltering not because of lack of strategy, but mainly because of a misunderstanding of cultural differences. The blending of cultures within a company can often result in conflict and resistance if not executed appropriately.
Feb 17, 2015

Lynn Imai | Why Samsung design stinks

As the former head of product strategy and user experience design at Samsung Design America, Kevin Lee, puts it, the Korean company suffers because of "Steve Jobs Syndrome."
Dec 1, 2014

Ivey takes home gold for education outreach in China

For the second time in a row, Ivey Business School has won a Gold Education Excellence Award from the Canada China Business Council (CCBC) for its pioneering business education efforts in China. Ivey also won the inaugural Gold Education Excellence Award from CCBC in 2012.